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    14 artists and 5 co-artists prepare and display their work

    Like every year Shri Aditya Fine Arts organise 7th Rangoli Exhibition on current and various topics. 14 artists and 5 co-artists prepare their work after lots of efforts to celebrate the  very auspicious festival of Diwali.

    Under the guidance of artist Rajendra P. Dindorkar the students exhibit their Rangolis ahead of the festival. The topics exhibited are, Man and child carries their professional things with them in flood water, Pat on back given by PM Narendra Modi to lSRO Chief Dr. Sivan for the journey of Chandrayaan-2, Portrait of Mother Terresa, a boy trained and shows his hunger inside Boxing ring, Animal Lovers, Still Life, Sculpture, Wild life, reflection, Bust of Neptune and others.

    Participated Artists in the exhibition are:
    1) Rajnikant Agravat 2) Rajesh Rathwa 3) Chetan Mohite 4) Maheshwari Kale 5) Jui Borgaonkar Kamat 6) Devang Mistry 7) Chirag Mudgal 8) Shakti Pawar 9) Jaydeep Rathod 10) Palak Parekh 11) Vishakha Nakhashi 12) Vatsal Patel 13) Mrunali Pingle 14) Mohit Vachhani along with co-Artists 1) Govind Kadam 2) Sunny Kadam 3) Shitesh Patil 4) Vrushali Devdhar 5) Nikhil Devmurari.

    “It’s a privilege to be part of the exhibition and I prepare the rangoli of a girl with a horse showing the beauty. I always want to show beauty in my work and luckily displayed this time in the exhibition. I request all to visit and appreciate our efforts,” said Mrunali Pingle one of the young artists.

    Exhibition will be viewed for visitors of Vadodara till 30th Oct.2019 from 11:00 am to 09:30 pm.

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